Re: Configuring vsFTP
Date: Fri, 6 Aug 2004 14:47:13 +0300
This is crazy.
I want to be able to upload my web-files to the webserver directory(s) and
have them work right away.
Currently I'm only allowing local users to access and I have set
but when uploading the file it will be 002 and owned by the user I logged in
as and thus unreadable in the webbrowser.
Frustration on a Friday afternoon, don't like that.
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